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Published in Urology

Expert Opinion / Commentary · February 06, 2014

Urinary Outcomes Affected by Nerve-Sparing Quality During Radical Prostatectomy

Written by
Peter T Scardino MD

 

Additional Info

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  2. Kaye DR, Hyndman ME, Segal RL, et al. Urinary outcomes are significantly affected by nerve sparing quality during radical prostatectomy. Urology. 2013;82(6):1348-1354.
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